This article will give you information about the Shellshock/Bash bug (CVE-2014-6271/7169) and how you can be safe.

What is Shellshock Vulnerability?

Shellshock is a vulnerability in the Bash shell, a user interface that uses a command-line interface to access an operating system’s services. The current command Bash interpreter lets users execute commands on a computer. The vulnerability allows attackers to run malicious scripts in systems and servers, which compromises everything in it. It has the potential to do significant widespread damage, since it affects Linux, BSD, and Mac OS X. Linux alone powers a majority of the servers on the Internet and IoT (Internet of Things) devices.

Are Trend Micro Consumer products impacted by this vulnerability?

Trend Micro Consumer products are not affected.

To get updates on our current investigation for all products using affected versions of Linux, refer to this article:
Trend Micro products and the Shellshock – Linux Bash Vulnerability (Bash Bug) [CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169].

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